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$20 Ford Mystery
IIRC during last year’s season opener, Jerome Ford had a $20 bill taped on his back plate. At the time, I was curious but couldn’t find a reported explanation. Does anyone knows the reason?
 
08-28-2022 07:52 AM
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RE: $20 Ford Mystery
1. I read this thread title like someone was offering some lesser known Ford pickup model for cheap
2. Jerome Ford had a $1 dollar bill taped to his back plate, and it was mentioned in the Murray State game (I can only find a condensed version of the game and it doesn't include that commentary.)
3. Both Leonard Fournette and Jalen Ramsey also did similar things when in Jacksonville. Fournette used a 100 dollar bill be cause "100 yards a game and I'm 100% real". Jalen Ramsey used a $20 bill because "It's about swag and I'm number 20).

I imagine it's something corny as hell like that as athletes love that ****.
 
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